Episode #20 is up- This week Matt sits down with Jenny Tea & Cisco Ortiz, two local comics and members of The Mile High Comedy Theater.
They talk comedy, inspiration, and their upcoming show at The Prescott Elks Theater on May 16th.
Check out our episode with Mile High Comedy theater founder Cynthia Sobo from January 19th 2015 right HERE.
This week’s episode was recorded at The Point Bar & Lounge, one of Prescott’s best spots for beverages & live music.
Episode #19 is up- This week Matt sits down with Kevin Scheevel, local musician & business advocate.
Listen in as Kevin talks about how he began playing harmonica, his search for a band to showcase his talents, and why he thinks the active tourist trade in Prescott may actually be hurting local merchants.
Intro music for today’s episode is a short clip of Your Funeral My Trail by legendary blues harmonica player Sonny Boy Williamson out of Chess Records, the closing music was recorded at Jersey Lilly Saloon of Kevin on harmonica & Little Larry Healey on guitar & vocals.
This week’s episode was recorded at The Point Lounge– one of Prescott’s newest bars and a great place to sit back and enjoy our flourishing music scene.
Episode #18 is up- This week Matt sits down with Dani Fisher, local musician & artist to talk everything from open mics, The Grateful Dead, bluegrass, & the KKK.
Dani has found the right balance between art & business that many on the creative side struggle with and she hopes to help artists of all ages walk that line.
Look for Dani and many other local musicians & artists on April 24th & 25th at the PV Scene being held at the Prescott Valley Entertainment Districts.
The event will benefit the Yavapai County Humane Society & the Yavapai County Food Bank.
Sit back and enjoy the conversation recorded at Gabby’s Kitchen in Chino Valley AZ and look forward to future episodes being recorded at Gabby’s Grill in Prescott Valley, AZ
Episode #17 is up- This week Matt sits down with Dale Long Sr, local musician and host of the Sunday Night Open Mic at The Rockin Horse Saloon in Prescott Valley, AZ.
Finding himself at a crossroads, with his kids grown and single again, Dale turned to his lifelong love of music as a way to find stability. Picking up his guitar and hitting open mics, he tapped into the thriving Arizona music scene.
From The Beatles, The Monkees, John Denver, and Asperger Syndrome, this episode recorded at Brick and Bones Moonshine Bar travels quite a few roads.
Interested in playing the Open Mic at Rockin Horse? Email Dale at firstname.lastname@example.org